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Learn about the people and places we trust to grow our ingredients.

*All nutrient facts are related to the ingredient itself and not our products. Please see the nutrition facts panel to better understand the nutritional offering of each pouch/jar.​

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Beets

  • California, USAOregon, USA

Beets

featured farm: grimmway farms

Grimmway farms is family-owned and operated in sunny California. They grow the Red Ace beet variety for us.

About Beets

Did you know beets share

the same plant family as spinach

and Swiss chard?

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BUTTERNUT SQUASH

  • Oregon, USA

BUTTERNUT SQUASH

featured farm: stahlbush island farms

Grown at Stahlbush Island Farms in Oregon.​

This gourd delivers goodness: 1 cup of cubed butternut squash includes vitamin C, vitamin A, and magnesium.

About BUTTERNUT SQUASH

Butternut squash seeds are

edible — toast and enjoy as

a delicious snack!

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MANGOS

  • Colombia

MANGOS

featured farm: CEA farms

Our delicious organic mangos grow along the sunny, lush banks of Colombia’s Magdalena River.

CEA is unique because it sources from wild mango trees, which grow up to 30 feet tall. They are sustainably harnessing the power of nature to bring us delicious mangos.

About MANGOS

This juicy variety is the Magdalena

mango, named after the river in

which it thrives.

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BLUEBERRIES

  • Washington, USAOregon, USA
  • Ukraine

BLUEBERRIES

featured farm: milne

An organic leader since 1956, Milne is locally owned and operated.

Our delicious organic blueberries grow right here in the U.S.

About BLUEBERRIES

Considered a superfood, fresh blueberries
contain an impressive amount of antioxidant
vitamins C and E.

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pumpkin

  • Michigan, USAOregon, USA

pumpkin

featured farms: arbre farms

Arbre Farms, in Michigan, is a family-owned farm that grows our pumpkins!

The farm is known for their environmental stewardship and sustainable innovations which leave the planet healthier.

About pumpkin

1 cup of cubed pumpkin

is a good source of antioxidant

vitamins A and C.

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RASPBERRIES

  • Washington, USAOregon, USA​

RASPBERRIES

featured farm: tree top

Our organic raspberries are grown in the U.S. and Canada by a trusted Happy Family supplier and industry leader; treetop.

Raspberries let you know they’re ripe when they turn their signature red color.

About RASPBERRIES

Did you know this juicy

berry belongs to the same plant

family as roses?

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AVOCADOS

  • Mexico

AVOCADOS

featured farm: alejandrina

Our creamy avocados thrive thanks to the mild weather and volcanic soil of the Uruapan region of Mexico. This area of Mexico is coined the avocado capital of the world!

About AVOCADOS

Fresh avocados contain

protein, potassium and

vitamin C.

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apples

  • ChileArgentina
  • ItalyOregon, USA

apples

featured farm: fenix

Our apples from Argentina come from Mendoza and Rio Negro whose favorable climates produce delicious apples.

About apples

We use a combination of apple varieties that are best
for cooking, including Gala, Pink Lady, Fuji, Golden
delicious and good ol’ Granny Smith.

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carrots

  • California, USAWashington, USA
  • SpainGermany
  • NetherlandsPoland

carrots

featured farm: grimmway farms

Grimmway organic carrots grow in the sunny Southern San Joaquin Valley in Central California.

About carrots

Cooking carrots frees the beta-carotene from

the fiber, which allows your body to more easily absorb

the vitamins and nutrients.

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PEARS

  • ArgentinaChile
  • ItalyCalifornia, USA
  • Washington, USAOregon, USA

PEARS

featured farm: fenix

When it becomes spring in the U.S., we travel to Argentina during its harvest season for our delicious organic pears.

Especially desirable for culinary use, some of the varieties we use for our recipes are D’Anjou and Williams.

About PEARS

To know if a pear is ripe, check the neck. Press near the stem and look for gentle pressure. If it’s firm, let it ripen at room temperature.

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guavas

  • India

guavas

featured farm: excel foods farms

Our organic guavas grow wild in the Western Hubli region of India, which is a tropical climate. Guavas are considered a superfruit. 1 fresh guava contains essential vitamins A and C, lycopene and magnesium.

About guavas

A guava can contain 100-500

miniature seeds, which are edible.

Some varieties are seedless.

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PRUNES

  • France

PRUNES

featured farm: La Compagnie Des Pruneaux

La Compagnie Des Pruneaux draws from the expertise of the founding members of this family business which dates back to 1964.

The company is located in PINEUILH in the heart of the Grand Sud-Ouest.

About PRUNES

 

Prunes (or dried plums) are

well-known for helping to support

digestive health.

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Kale

  • California, USAOregon, USA

Kale

featured farm: stahlbush island farms

Stahlbush Island Farms grows our kale in Oregon. They’ve been family-owned and committed to sustainability since 1985

About Kale

Kale earned its superfood name for good reason —
this cruciferous delivers vitamins A and C, along with
calcium, manganese, iron and antioxidants.

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SWEET POTATOES

  • California, USANorth Carolina, USA
  • Missouri, USASpain
  • France

SWEET POTATOES

featured farm: arbre farms

Arbre Farms is a family-owned farm that grows our sweet potatoes. The farm is known for their environmental stewardship and sustainable innovations which leave the planet healthier.

About SWEET POTATOES

Did you know sweet potatoes

were a staple produce during the

Revolutionary and Civil Wars?

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spinach

  • Washington, USAOregon, USA

spinach

featured farm: svz

Our organic spinach is homegrown in Washington and Oregon, thanks to our partner SVZ, who supports local growers, like Thomas Williams and Walla Walla Organics.​

Spinach tops our list, with essential vitamins and nutrients, like iron, zinc, calcium, magnesium.​

About spinach

Our spinach varieties have
catchy names: Polka, Bolero
and Spokane.

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BANANAS

  • Ecuador

BANANAS

featured farm: banalight

A close-knit network of about farms throughout Ecuador grow our delicious organic bananas.​ We use the popular Cavendish variety of bananas for our purees.​

About BANANAS

Bananas can be the tummy’s

best buddy, thanks to their unique

nutritional balance.

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ZUCCHINI

  • Michigan, USA

ZUCCHINI

featured farm: arbre farms

Grown in Arbre Farm’s fertile Michigan soil, surrounded by the pristine waters of the Great Lakes.

Arbre partners with farms owned by a local Amish family in the heart of Western Michigan and Illinois.

About ZUCCHINI

Did you know

zucchini is comprised

of 95% water?

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PASSION FRUIT

  • Thailand

PASSION FRUIT

featured farm: target agriculture

Our passion fruits are grown with passion in Thailand by a network of local farms.

Proudly styled as “The Kitchen of the World”, Thailand’s farmers grow an incredible assortment of grains, fruits, and vegetables.

About PASSION FRUIT

Passion Fruit can have up to 250
small edible seeds that are covered in
yellowish-orange, sweet pulp.

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peas

  • Michigan, USACanada
  • Italy Belgium

peas

featured farm: stahlbush island farms

Stalhbush Island Farms, in British Columbia, Canada is a family-owned farm that grows our peas. The farm is known for their environmental stewardship and sustainable innovations which leave the planet healthier.

About peas

Throughout early history,

eating peas dried was the popular

way to consume them.

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PAPAYAS

  • India

PAPAYAS

featured farm: excel foods farms

Our papayas ripen in the tropical climate of Kalyan region of western India.

Christopher Columbus described the papaya as the “fruit of the angels.”

About PAPAYAS

Fresh papayas contain papain,
an enzyme that may help digestion.
It also contains vitamin C.

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BLACKBERRIES

  • Oregon, USA

BLACKBERRIES

FEATURE FARM: STAHLBUSH ISLAND FARMS​

Stalhbush Island Farms is a family-owned farm that grows our blackberries. The farm is known for their environmental stewardship and sustainable innovations which leave the planet healthier.

About BLACKBERRIES

Fresh blackberries

contain antioxidant

vitamin C.

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oats

  • Canada

oats

featured farm: grain millers

Grain Millers has been an oat miller for more than 30 years, and uses traditional methods to produce high quality oat products.

About oats

Oats are naturally gluten free!

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chickpeas

  • California, USAOregon, USA

chickpeas

featured farm: stahlbush island farms

Stahlbush Island Farms has been family-owned since 1985.

Stahlbush is committed to sustainability through its soil health, water conservation and biodiversity programs .

About chickpeas

Featured in a variety of cuisines, garbanzo beans are the most widely consumed legumes in the world.

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strawberries

  • California, USA

strawberries

FEATURE FARM: SANTA CRUZ COUNTY, CENTRAL CALIFORNIA

We source our strawberries from central CA’s Santa Cruz County located in the prime strawberry growing region of Santa Maria, CA.

The state of CA produces almost 90% of the fresh and frozen strawberries sold in the US! Many farms benefit from having a 12-month growing season.

About strawberries

Though considered a fruit, strawberries share

the same plant family as roses.

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green beans

  • Michigan, USAOregon, USA
  • SpainPoland

green beans

fetaured farm: arbre farms

Arbre Farms, in Michigan, is a family-owned farm that grows our green beans. Green beans are also called ‘snap beans,’ ‘string beans,’ and ‘runner beans’.

About green beans

Don’t throw shade at these beans—they grow best in

sunlight and warm temperatures.

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black beans

  • California, USAOregon, USA

black beans

featured farm: stahlbush island farms

Stahlbush Island Farms has been family-owned since 1985.

As agricultural leaders, they support a network of small farms and growers through the Western U.S.

About black beans

This legume dates back at least 7,000 years, and was a staple food for Central and South Americans.

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basil

  • Illinois, USA

basil

featured farm: van drunen farms

Van Drunen Farms started as a small family-owned farm, and now supports organic growers throughout the U.S. VDF partners with leading agricultural universities to research and improve cultivation techniques.

About basil

There are nearly 150 varieties

of basil, each with its own color

and flavor notes.

 

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plums

  • Washington, USA

plums

featured farm: svz

SVZ supports organic farms around the globe, like our growers in Washington State, where our plums come from!

Color us surprised — plum skins can be purple, red, yellow, orange, and even green (!), depending on the cultivar.

About plums

Plums contain dietary
fiber, potassium, and
vitamin C.

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quinoa

  • PeruBolivia

quinoa

CHEW ON THIS!

​Say what?! Quinoa seeds aren't just a superfood - they're a mouthful! This ancient seed is pronounced "keen-wah”.

About quinoa

Petite yet powerful,

nutrient-rich Quinoa delivers

protein, fiber, and iron.

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amaranth

  • India

amaranth

TRY THIS WITH AMARANTH

Simmer the seeds for a porridge-like meal or pop them in a skillet for a crunchy, nutty snack like popcorn.

About amaranth

Amaranth is from the Chenopodiaceae

plant family, which makes it a cousin to

beets, Swiss chard, and spinach.

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peaches

  • Washington, USA

peaches

featured farm: tree top

Our juicy peaches are grown right here in the U.S. by one of our trusted suppliers, Tree Top, a grower-owned fruit cooperative who’s been producing delicious fruits since 1960!

About peaches

The first peach orchard in the USA was
established in Florida in 1565.

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pineapple

  • IndiaCosta Rica

pineapple

featured farm: mother india farms

Organic farming has been a long tradition in India. Mother India Farms follows ancient natural methods of farming practices such as Panchakavya and jeevarmrutha for soil enrichment, which makes for delicious pineapples!

About pineapple

Did you know when European explorers first encountered the fruit in the Americas, they called them “pineapples” because of the resemblance to pine cones.

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